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in sacramento, california. a fight broke out and spilled into the streets. the area pause packed for a fireworks display. three others were injured. >>> she is the daughter of a prominent new york city doctor. he's an ook pie wall street ooc street organizer. now they are under rays for having explosives and a terrorist encyclopedia in their apartment. she went into labor after being raised. she has not yet been arraigned. her boyfriend aaron green is in jail without bail. they were tipped off after another couple who met them saw the items in their home. >>> a report says the white house should have said the benghazi attack in benghazi was tearrism. a group criticized the president for inconsistent explanations. it was the fbi, cia and other agencies made changes to the talking points on the attack not the white house. following the attack susan rice says she used the talking points to explain the attack may have been a spontaneous protest that got out of hand. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton spent another night in the hospital after a blood clot in her brain. it is between the skull and
control laws could actually make a deference. in sacramento, claudia cowan, fox news. >> bret: the head of public schools in newtown, connecticut, wants to keep police on campus indefinitely. the news times report the superintendent says students there have not gone outside school for recess since the shootings, because of anxiety. right now there are two police officers stationed at each district six schools now. to another deeply divisive subject: how to handle the u.s. economy. at a time when the fiscal difference split the country, the president's pick to be the new treasury secretary is sparking harsh reaction from some on capitol hill. correspondent shannon bream on the nomination of jack lew. >> i cannot think of a better person to continue tim's work at treasury than jack lew. >> reporter: president obama nominating a new man to head the treasury department but signaling plans to continue with the fiscal policy the administration relied on in the first term. white house says lew has a keen understanding of domestic and international issues that impact the u.s. economy and point
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. officials say it started with argument sacramento ahead of a planned fireworks celebration. an employee who tried to break up the fight was shot and killed along with another man. authorities say an armed guard heard the shots and got into a gun fight with the apparent suspect. cops later arrested a 22-year-old in connection with the shooting. new jersey, a five alarm fire ripped through a northberg housing complex damage caused by hurricane sandy. the flames burned in three building at the complex and collapsed one roof it took 100 firefighters several hours to get control of the flames. no major injuries reported. alaska. an oil drilling ship ran aground off the state's southern coast it happened after the broke free from towing ship. the coast guard launched a rescue mission and evacuated all of the vessel's 18 crew members before it ran aground. officials say winds topped 60 miles per hour and seas up of to 35 feet. the vessel had more than 150,000 gallons of fuel on board. no spills reported. that's a fox watch across america. i'm rick folbaum in for shepard smith. this is the fox repo
sacramento kings has agreed to sell the group in seattle which will reportedly take the team there and restore the super sonic's name. number four the pentagon reports it's spending 180 million bucks to test technologies that could collect some of that space junk we have left floating around. number three an artic blast slamming the eastern third of the country with some of the coldest weather in three years. number two a spokesman says the pentagon believes al qaeda had a leading role in the algerian hostage crisis that left dozens of people dead, including three americans. and number one, cops say the shooting today at a
, is mickleson the only one thinking about fleeing california? l.a. times sacramento bureau chief, evan, i understand that tiger woods made the move from california to florida. but tell me, is mickleson seriously thinking of leaving? >> i don't know what is in his mind. his tax rate is 13% and in florida i don't think they pay any taxes and that's why tiger woods left. 39.6% and add 13.3% up from 10.3%, that's 3 points higher for him in california than it was last year, and we calculated that if we had the new rates to the last year's income he would have paid 1,822,904 more dollars in taxes, that's insignificant. >> yeah, it's a lot of money and the tax rates for the super wealthy like phil mickleson are higher in california than other parts of the country and california is the 9th biggest economy in the world and output dwarfs other states and there's a reason that you know, lots of millionaires and billionaires want to live here and keep living here. >> greta: well, and he's now backing down, he's advising for saying that publicly almost like it's bad manners to talk about money and tax
actually make a difference. in sacramento, claudia cowan, fox news. >> there are millions upon millions of americans who value the rights that they have under the second amendment. >> i want every nra member he. i want every law abiding gun owner to know their second amendment rights will not be infringed upon. >> shannon: driving the news this week the debate over gun rights as vice president biden gets set to make recommendations to the president on gun violence. peter doocy has the latest from washington. >>> two days from right now we will know what the task force vice president biden has been leading will recommend to president obama as a legislative means for reducing gun violence. that the point, speculation has been that the administration will seek to restrict assault weapons and high capacity magazines in some way but the nra does not think that is a a good idea. >> we wished that instead of talking about guns specifically that they question that they would have addressed is what do we do to prevent these kinds of things in the future. and the evidence shows that an assault we
joining us from sacramento. good morning to you, machete mom. >> good morning. >>steve: you got up on a morning in november, 6:45. you're a little groggy. you head over to the coffee pot and you see a total stranger asleep on your couch? >> totally. complete stranger. i cannot believe it. >>steve: i can't believe it either. personally it would have scared the living daylights out of most people. however, you have the wherewithal to start yelling at him not because he had broken into your house but because he had eaten all your chinese food? >> exactly. do you know how hard it is to find good chinese food? i am so serious. i can't believe it. then he ate my carmels. i'm like all bets are off now. >>steve: the guy was not crazy at that point. he was relatively sed date. you said can i make you a cup of coffee, and what did you do? >> i was asking him what time he had gotten there. he said 4:00, 4:30. i realized he had kicked the window in, my sliding glass door window. i said you look a little groggy, son. sit right there. i'm going to make you a cup of coffee. that's when i went bac
and say, it's hard to negotiate with the white house. everything is hard. when i sat there in sacramento, every single thing, you just wanted to build a road, it was a major issue. you had to negotiate for two years. but you can never give up. that's the most important thing. >> gretchen: the important other story is lance armstrong and coming clean on this interview last night with oprah winfrey. what do you make of the culture that we live in now where more and more people, including yourself, find themselves in situations where they have lied? >> i've never lied. >> gretchen: you never lied? >> you talking about my scandal that i had? i came very clean when my wife asked me the simple question. this is true. i said yes. i went out to the public and i immediately said, here is the situation. i fathered a kid. end of story. i never, ever beat around the bush because the fact is that it's always the hiding and the cover-ups that get you into deeper trouble. so i don't believe in that. but look, at this not see the -- i don't know what he admitted to or what he has said. >> brian: he admi
and use a firearm here. gun rights groups vow to fight all of these proposals, first in sacramento and then in court if need be. back to you. bill: thank you. live in san francisco. martha,. martha: beefed up security at a los angeles elementary school pays off just a day after it started. officer daniel chavez heard gunshots and then saw an armed man running down the street as classes were letting out for the day. he arrested him just outside the school. >> i was thinking about the children that i had in my background, and all the kids on the playground, these are the children that i see on a daily basis outside, waiving to them as i drive down the street. they know me as officer kh chavez as they come to school every day. martha: the increased police presence is part after program. deployed cops to every elementary school in los angeles at least once a day the program was launched in response to newtown, connecticut and the school shooting that happened there. bill: we've sheen a steady increase in firearm background checks over the past two years. from 2012 a record 19.5 million
, gun control advocates in sacramento are seizing the moment, confident that with democrats controlling every major office, the proposals will pass. >> almost any idea that anybody in this country has as to how to further regulate and limit access to weapons or ammunition is probably going to get passed in california. >> buyullets should not be easy. >> reporter: some politicians want to regulate all ammunition sales requiring background checks and annual permits. this state senator takes aim at a fee cur that makes some guns easier to reload. >> what we're trying to do with our particular bill is to, basically, ban that particular weapon because it is, in fact, a loophole in the assault weapon ban. >> reporter: gun owners say lawmakers are chipping away at a constitutional right not to increase safety or reduce the risk of violence, but to assert power. >> they know that as long as there is an armed populace in the state, they will never control the people the way they want to control them. >> reporter: gun other thans vow to lobby state lawmakers and take their fight to court if need
in sacramento, california. the shots rang out around 9 p.m., that's when a fight at a sports bar spilled out into the street leaving the crowd running for cover. >> we all heard, um, two shots. >> pop, pop, pop, pop. felt like a glock. it was right there. right there in the corner of that bar. >> right in front of us. it was, like, seven shots, we heard who shots, and someone told us, and we all started to run towards the back -- >> was it random? did it seem random? >> it was nowhere. >> nowhere. somebody just popped him off. and the dude's laying on the ground right now. >> yeah. there's two people laying on the ground. there's a black guy, like the security guard was on the ground pointing at some dude, and that's when the horses and the cops came out and told him to get on the ground. >> where were you guys? >> we were right in front of it. we all running. we lost one person. we lost doug. and we went back -- >> we had to go back and get him because he was right in front -- heather: well, police immediately canceled the next fireworks show which was scheduled for midnight. it's still unc
in the middle of new year's celebrations. it happened in sacramento, california. people say a fight broke out in a restaurant and it spilled out into the street. three other people were injured. police haven't said if they arrested a shooter or not. >> the daughter of a prominent new york city doctor, and he's an occupy wall street organizer, both under arrest for having explosives and a document called a terrorist encyclopedia in their upscale manhattan apartment. 27-year-old morgan glideman is also pregnant and went into labor after being arrested. her boyfriend, aaron green, is in jail without bail. cops say they were tipped off by another couple who just met them and saw the items in their home. >> that's a whole freaky situation there. >> that's not normal. >> secretary of state heubgt -- hillary clinton spending another night in the hospital. a blood clot in her brain discovered during a follow-up exam for a concussion. doctors are treating her with blood thinners and say she's making excellent progress. she is expected to make a full recovery. >> byop. colorado opened its first recreat
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